This is the question that the religious right is grappling with in the aftermath of an election in which the antichrist won. So what will religious conservatives do now?
Some argue that this is a setback for the conservative agenda, that “the party’s positions and presentation on issues like gay marriage and abortion rights turn off more voters than they attract” and thus they need to rethink their strategy. Others argue that the problem was that Romney was not vocal and hardline enough on the issues dear to religious conservatives.
Others like Franklin Graham say that their god is mightily ticked off by the voters’ choices and is going to come a’smitin’ pretty soon and they’ll be sorry that they defied him. Our comeuppance will not be in the form of plagues of locusts or frogs, but more likely as an economic collapse.
But others see a silver lining in the loss. Larry Klayman says that losing was actually a good thing, that it is all part of a grand plan by god, who did not want us to become complacent. If Mitt Romney had won, we might have thought that he and the Republican party would save us from the “Mullah in Chief” and “his growing voter hoards of socialists, communists, anti-Semites, anti-Christians, atheists, radical gays and lesbians, feminists, illegal immigrants, Muslims, anti-Anglo whites and others”. (What others? That seems a pretty exhaustive list of evildoers. Who is left? Vegetarians? Yoga practitioners? Zumba enthusiasts?)
So what can be done? Klayman has already set in motion procedures to bring all the traitors to account and save us from the “bondage and slavery” that is in store for us with Obama’s re-election.
One of these avenues is the Citizens Grand Jury, which I, as a Citizens Prosecutor, have empaneled in Ocala, Fla. On Oct, 29, 2012, the Citizens Grand Jury, after having evidence presented to it, voted unanimously on a true bill to indict President Obama and Vice President Biden on charges of treason for their having intentionally leaked classified national security information to boost their political fortunes in the Nov. 6 elections. This month, I will be returning to Ocala to seek the indictment of Obama for his having defrauded the American people with regard to his eligibility to be president. And, after that the Citizens Grand Jury will set its sights on Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Elena Kagan for Roberts having violated his oath of office in rendering a willfully illegal ruling in the case upholding the constitutionality of Obamacare and not disqualifying Kagan, given her conflict of interest. Kagan will be indicted for violating her oath of office and refusing to recuse herself from the case as required by the Judicial Canons of Ethics.
Once indicted, these corrupt officials will be arraigned and tried for their crimes. I am confident of convictions. More indictments of corrupt government officials and judges will follow.
Now one can always find insane ravings on the internet. But Klayman is not the internet equivalent of a drunk on the street corner proclaiming the end of the world. He is a former Justice Department prosecutor and founder of Freedom Watch.
Paranoia truly runs deep.